A single-shot nREPL client designed for shell invocation.
This connects to a running nREPL server (like kind started with
for example), sends some code to be evaluated, and prints the results and
$ rep '(clojure.tools.namespace.repl/refresh)' :reloading () :ok
Unlike other nREPL clients,
rep does not try to maintain a persistent
connection, meaning that thread-local variables and bindings like
*1 will not persist across invocations of
rep. Perhaps there are
other limitations because of this?
$ make && sudo make install
Usage, Options, and Examples
See the rep manpage.
Building with Nix
You can use Nix as the build tool.
$ nix-build .
result symlink will appear in the current directory point to the build
To run all the tests that CI runs, the way CI runs them (do this before issuing a pull request):
$ nix-build release.nix
Using with Kakoune
rc/ folder contains scripts which add a
,e user mode to Kakoune. To
link this to Kakoune’s autoload directory, do the following:
$ make && make install $ ln -sf /usr/local/share/kak/autoload/plugins/rep.kak ~/.config/kak/autoload/
rep must be in the path for the plugin to work.
Copyright © 2018 Jason M. Felice
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.